BRINGING YOU EXCEPTIONAL PRODUCT VALUE

Roski’s reliability and commitment to added value are well known to manufacturing customers.

No matter the size of the order or the type of fiberglass product, we go the extra mile by:

  • developing new options in order to enhance product performance,
  • lowering costs, and
  • reducing time to market.

These core principles have guided Roski for more than 50 years and have played a pivotal role in its customers’ success.

STEPPING UP TODAY TO ACHIEVE TOMORROW’S SUCCESS

Our business philosophy is all about reliability and commitment to our customers.

Our guiding values:

Reliability

  • We follow your specs to the letter and aim to produce outstanding molding products.
  • Our R&D team works tirelessly to improve the quality of our composite products and manufacturing processes.

Commitment

  • Our commitment to our customers is the bedrock of our business relationships.
  • Fulfilling our commitments comes first.
  • Our entire team is dedicated to ethics and transparency, day in, day out.

Discipline

  • Problem-solving is in our DNA.
  • Roski employees seek out continuous improvement on a day-to-day basis.
  • We view each project as an exciting new challenge.

Teamwork

  • Our partnership with customers goes far beyond product delivery.
  • We are full-fledged stakeholders in our customers’ success.
  • At Roski, each team member has an important role to play in your ultimate success.

OUR HISTORY

1963

1972

In the beginning

Joseph-Armand Bombardier founds Roski Ltd. in Roxton Falls, near Valcourt, as a subsidiary dedicated to fiberglass component fabrication for his snowmobile manufacturing.

1972

1972

1972-1982

Roski takes part in many major projects, including the Montreal and Mexico subways, the Montreal Olympic Stadium, large underground tanks, sailboats, and windmills.

1982

1972

1982

Normand Carpentier and Michel Lasalle acquire four Bombardier divisions, including Roski, and subsequently found Camoplast Inc. (now Camso).

1995

1995

1995-2007

Roski pursues innovation by developing new technologies such as RSMTM, a new robotic production line for polyester-based composite parts, as well as the CLF robotic process for urethane-based composite parts. Both are geared toward the transportation, marine and construction industry markets.

2007

1972

2007

Roski celebrates the production of its one millionth watercraft.

2013

Logo Roski

2013

Building on its history of entrepreneurship, the composite molding division of the company is acquired by members of the management team and becomes known as Roski once again.

2016

2016

2016

2016 launch of the OutsiderTM, a "next-generation" sailing dinghy, and of the RSKTM-I, a robust and versatile all-terrain trailer.

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